Golden Grove is a Grade I listed sixteenth century Elizabethan Manor House which stands on a site which has been occupied since the Domesday Book. Golden Grove was built by Sir Edward Morgan and renovated during the reign of Queen Anne. It is set in a 1000 acres of unspoilt countryside at Llanasa in North Wales and enjoys extensive peaceful views across the valley.
Golden Grove provides luxury bed and breakfast accommodation. There are three large bedrooms, all of which have private bathroom facilities. There is also a spacious sitting-room for the exclusive use of guests. Dinner is available on request and is served in the formal dining-room for you and your fellow-guests.
Golden Grove is within a comfortable driving distance of many places of interest. The nearest seaside resort is Rhyl, with other coastal towns like Llandudno and Conway only slightly further afield. Guests travelling to and from Ireland will find Holyhead and the Dublin ferry approximately 90 minutes away.
We are sure you will find your stay at Golden Grove both relaxing and memorable.
Nigel, Ann, Mervyn, Ann Steele-Mortimer